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marouflage


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Term for gluing a canvas on to a wall, whether before painting it or afterwards. In French maroufle means a sticky mixture of the remains of paint left in the artist's pots, and maroufler may describe almost any operation that might be carried out with such a glue, for example lining one canvas with another to strengthen it.


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